The Power of God’s Victorious Love

Inspiration MinistriesBy Inspiration Ministries3 Minutes

If you’re in a season of doubt right now about God’s ability to truly give you a new beginning in any area of your life where you might be struggling, why not look to the following examples from Scripture of people who found victory in circumstances that may be similar to yours?

If people or geography have held you back from your prophetic destiny in the Lord: Remember Abraham, who at age 75 was called by God to leave His relatives and venture out to what the Lord had prepared for him (Genesis 12:1-4).

If you’ve been victimized or mistreated, causing you physical or emotional trauma: Remember Joseph, who forgave his jealous brothers even though they had thrown him into a well and sold him into slavery (Genesis 50:18-21). Also remember the woman at the well (John 4:1-42) and the woman caught in adultery (John 8:1-11), who both were traumatized at the hands of men and their own foolish choices—yet they each received a new season when Jesus forgave and restored them.

If you’ve been ridiculed, rejected, or labeled “a pain”: Remember Jabez, who overcame difficult childhood by crying out to God for a new beginning of prosperity and blessing (1 Chronicles 4:9-10).

If you’ve committed immorality or an act of violence against another person: Remember David, who received God’s forgiveness and cleansing after committing adultery with Bathsheba and murdering her husband, Uriah (Psalm 51, Psalm 32:1-5).

If you’re facing insurmountable financial struggles: Remember the widow at Zarephath, who found God’s supernatural provision when she sacrificially provided for Elijah despite her own need (1 Kings 17:8-16).

If you’re facing serious illness: Remember King Hezekiah, whose life was extended by years when he seemed to be on his deathbed (2 Kings 20:1-6). Or the woman with a hemorrhage, who suffered for 12 years before receiving a supernatural healing when she touched the hem of Jesus’ garment (Mark 5:25-34).

If you’ve been religious, but realize you lack an intimate relationship with the Lord: Remember Nicodemus, who learned that he needed to be born again (John 3:1-8).

Is it time for you to become more intimate with the Lord? If you trust the voice of God’s Spirit, He WILL show you the steps you need to take for your new beginning. All it requires is intimacy with Him. We’ve provided several links below to help you get started on that journey.